What You Might Have Missed From April
CEO Paul Hager Touches on 2 Topics
Blockchain, What Even is it?
We are a few months beyond bitcoin’s meteoric rise to national recognition, but the blockchain, aka the technological innovation that facilitates the infamous cryptocurrency, is still widely discussed in the tech space. Read more for to better understand what Blockchain truly is and what it can become.
Digital Security – What is Facebook Doing?
A long-form look at the Facebook Cambridge Analytica scandal of the past month, the future of data security and a look at what the social media platform does with your data. Everything you’ve wanted to ask about the #Facebook Cambridge Analytica situation is just a click away.
ICYMI – Other Topics From April!
Weekend Hours Extended!
Working weekends? No problem. We know that your technology needs don’t stop when the traditional work week is over, which is why we are so excited to announce the expansion of our Service Desk offering to include weekend hours for clients with support contracts. These expanded hours include Saturdays and Sundays from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Central Time).
New Monthly Remote Maintenance Reporting
All ITP clients using our Monthly Remote Maintenance Services will be receiving new monthly remote maintenance reports. These reports will be more comprehensive, including graphs and include a manual verification report that summarizes your system’s environment (desktops, devices, services), server availability, disk space and server utilization. Learn more about how our new reporting will affect you.
E-Cycling: Together, we can make a Difference
While software is growing and evolving at astounding rates, the hardware is still made up of the precious metals that require maintenance and replacement as they age. The best way to dispose of those materials is e-cycling. Learn more about how you can help save the environment today.
Microsoft Code of Conduct Update
In an update that was released on May 1, 2018, Microsoft announced that it will be cracking down on profanity, phishing, and scamming in the code of conduct. In general, this is a simple update to adhere to, as it is only an extension of the golden rule. Be nice to others, offline and online. If you can do that simple task, you’ll be in good shape.